The History of Cambodia
by Justin Corfield
October 2009, 165pp, 6 1/8x9 1/4
1 volume, Greenwood

Hardcover: 978-0-313-35722-0
$70, £54, 61€, A96
eBook Available: 978-0-313-35723-7
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". . . this work succeeds in presenting an introduction to Cambodian history suitable for both public and academic libraries."—ARBAonline, November 1, 2009

"This reference for students and general readers overviews the history of Cambodia, from the fall of Angkor and the French Protectorate period (1432-1863) to the present. More than half of the book is dedicated to the period from 1970 through the present, with chapters on the Khmer Republic, Democratic Kampuchea, the second civil war, the road to democracy, and Cambodia under Hun Sen. An introductory chapter overviews the country's geography, political institutions, economy, and culture. The book includes b&w historical and contemporary photos, a chronology, profiles of key figures, and a list of acronyms."—Reference & Research Book News, February 1, 2010

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